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Dutch mobile data use breaks 200 billion mark in Q1 - ACM

Monday 6 July 2020 | 14:16 CET | News
Mobile data consumption of 4G and 3G in the Netherlands rose above 200 billion MB for the first time in the first quarter, according to ACM's Telecom Monitor. Mobile data jumped 34.5 percent to 214 billion MB in the quarter, from 214 billion the year before. The increase continues a trend that has been visible now for many years, the regulator said.

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Categories: General
Companies: ACM / Delta / KPN / Tele2 Netherlands / T-Mobile Netherlands / VodafoneZiggo
Countries: Netherlands
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